Bed and breakfast guests are served breafast in the large kitchen with French windows opening into the gardens. Ham, sausages and eggs come from a nearby farm, fruit from the gardens and orchard. Bread is almost always home baked or you can go continental style if you prefer. You're welcome to hang around and make yourselves at home and make as many cafetieres of coffee or pots of tea and rounds of toast as you like on the Aga.

 

If the weather is nice, take your breakfast outside and eat on the table just outside the kitchen, or wandering round the gardens if you prefer - it's all pretty relaxed here!

 

There are great places to eat in the area, but if you arrive late and prefer to eat in, we can cook you a delicious two course meal, with local produce - please let me know in good time. 

 

Dogs are welcome to bunk up with the resident spaniels by the Aga, but not allowed upstairs.